Details of The Moto X + 1 Could Have Been Filtered by Your Benchmarks

The successor of the singular Moto X seems to be definitely on the way. A series of results on the site of GFXBench benchmarks seem to reveal some of the characteristics of the hypothetical Moto x + 1.

This new device is called as Moto X XT912A in those tests, and according to the data collected we would be faced with a device based on Android 4.4.3 and It makes the leap to a 5.2-inch display, What makes growth in the diagonal inch remarkable.

We would therefore spend the current 4.7 inch Moto X to 5.2 inches of the Moto x + 1, but according to those data that screen would also mean a leap in resolution, and the Moto x + 1 would have a 1080 p resolution.

The processor specified in the test is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 to 1.7 GHz, and in addition would have 24 GB of storage (a strange number, perhaps only note the free ability to the user). Not to speak of RAM, although it stands to reason that the device reaches the 2 GB.

Another relevant fact is its rear camera, which would be available in a 12 Mpixel sensor and HDR mode. The front would be limited to 2 Mpixel sensor. Motorola has already confirmed in a message on Twitter that the next edition of the Moto X would come at the end of the summer. That announcement was made after its purchase by Lenovo, so we’ll see if its new owner imposes significant changes, which does not seem likely.